Thursday, March 26, 2015

kerrville

One of our goals when we moved back to Texas was to explore as much of it as possible. We haven't been able to see as much as we'd like, but we have made a few trips to some of the towns that make up the Texas Hill Country. Last month we road tripped to Kerrvillle, TX for a few days. The weather was still pretty gray for February, but we had fun exploring the square and local shops. I was excited to see that the home of one of the most influential members of the town, Charles Schreiner, was preserved. The Schreiner Mansion is a combination of Romanesque Revival and Chateauesque architecture. The home now belongs to the university, but is open to the public for self-guided tours.





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